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    Because it's one of the `staples' of cooking - garlic, onions and hot peppers.

    If your head was salami how much would it cost?

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    It keeps the vampires away.

    Why are you so beautiful?
    Faith is believing what you know ain't so - Mark Twain

    The preachers deal with men of straw, as they are men of straw themselves - Henry David Thoreau

    The way to see faith is to shut the eye of reason - Benjamin Franklin

    The teaching of the church, theoretically astute, is a lie in practice and a compound of vulgar superstitions and sorcery - Leo Tolstoy

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    Is that question only for den?

    Why is it considered inpolite to shake with your left hand?


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    That question was ambiguous and non-specific (maybe). I really wanted to see how people would respond to it, and interpret it

    Maybe because most of us are right-handed.

    What would you most like to change in your town/village/city?
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    Faith is believing what you know ain't so - Mark Twain

    The preachers deal with men of straw, as they are men of straw themselves - Henry David Thoreau

    The way to see faith is to shut the eye of reason - Benjamin Franklin

    The teaching of the church, theoretically astute, is a lie in practice and a compound of vulgar superstitions and sorcery - Leo Tolstoy

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    Hi Den,

    Sorry I missed your salami question out. I must have pipped you to your post somehow.

    So here's my answer to your salami question:

    My salami-head is worth nothing and is unfit for human consumption.

    What would you most like to change in your town/village/city?
    Faith is believing what you know ain't so - Mark Twain

    The preachers deal with men of straw, as they are men of straw themselves - Henry David Thoreau

    The way to see faith is to shut the eye of reason - Benjamin Franklin

    The teaching of the church, theoretically astute, is a lie in practice and a compound of vulgar superstitions and sorcery - Leo Tolstoy

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    Perhaps the accent? People in my home town have a very special way of talking. A bit nasal sound. It´s ugly.

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    Through the world we safely go" Blake

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    mochaccino.

    Is your mother proud of you?


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    yes. sometimes. maybe. occasionally. i think.

    Are you for real?
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    The preachers deal with men of straw, as they are men of straw themselves - Henry David Thoreau

    The way to see faith is to shut the eye of reason - Benjamin Franklin

    The teaching of the church, theoretically astute, is a lie in practice and a compound of vulgar superstitions and sorcery - Leo Tolstoy

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    No, am two parts fiberglass, three parts teflon, and one part dreams

    Do you like to garden?

    *Answer to subterranean: because there are parts of the world where the left hand was used to wipe the bum (also why it's a terrible thing to lose that particular one as punishment) and so was only polite to shake with the right.

    *Re: garlic - it's irresistible. Once had 25 cloves browned in olive oil. Such a yummy, yummy snack.
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    I love gardening, I can't wait until spring to get my hands in the dirt.

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    Right where I am, or Cayman Islands.

    What is the most profound question you've ever been asked?

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    'Are you done yet?' *shrugs*

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    Definitely or at least I hope so.

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    to manage glasgow rangers football club.

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    Who put too much wine in his stew
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    And fell off his bunk
    And landed smack into his shoe
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    To be wise.

    Hardy stopped writing novels, because of the criticism he received for Jude the Obscure, and went on to live for another 20 years or so. Tolstoy stopped writing novels, because he could no longer see the worth of writing fiction. I wish Hardy had continued novel-writing, he had plenty of time ahead of him to do so. Which novelist would you have liked to have seen write at least one more novel?
    Faith is believing what you know ain't so - Mark Twain

    The preachers deal with men of straw, as they are men of straw themselves - Henry David Thoreau

    The way to see faith is to shut the eye of reason - Benjamin Franklin

    The teaching of the church, theoretically astute, is a lie in practice and a compound of vulgar superstitions and sorcery - Leo Tolstoy

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